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Remaking Landscape

When abstract expressionist painter John Hubbard died in 2017, he left behind a remarkable legacy: a body of work that pushed the boundaries of art, a garden in Dorset well known to connoisseurs, and this book, a unique record of an artistic life. “Whatever else,” Hubbard writes, “this is not another artist’s monograph.” Rather, it is a book of an artist, one that draws on Hubbard’s diaries, interwoven with reproductions of some of his personal favorites among his works, to offer an impression of the artist at work, amid the activity of creation, part of a circle of artists and other creators who influenced and engaged one another. It will entrance any fans of Hubbard and his circle.

224 pages | 100 color plates, 30 halftones | 9 x 10 1/2 | © 2018

Art: Art--General Studies

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